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policy for new york north carolina, california? don't tell me about states making their own decisions, isn't it still good policy? and if not why not? because i don't think there is an answer to that. for the president this may be too granular but it goes to his capacity to govern. i would say will you make the filibuster reform in the senate something you really push on? because if he can get the senate -- and i think we'll have democratic majority in the senate, and we have the white house, then you put john boehner in a corner then i think he can govern so much more effectively, and yet nobody is talk about it. >> jennifer: my questions would be along those lines. mitt romney signed grover norquist's pledge in 2006. and i would want to know are you still bound by that pledge? and are you going to pledge out here that you will never raise taxes? and on the president on the flip side. if he has the same configuration in congress, how is he going to get the pledge signers to agree to compromise on anything. >> cenk: i think i would love to ask them two questions. one is
for being with us as we get ready for presidential debate number one live from denver, california. >> i'm maria bartiromo with carl quintanilla. while you watch, we want to tell you which candidate you think has won the first round. just vote on cnbc.com. the poll will be up around 9:30 tonight eastern time right here on the home page. as you're watching go to cnbc.com and let us know. >> also the twicker is live. another way to watch and engage with the debate live tonight. want to get back to denver and our chief correspondent john harwood who's assembling the classic moments from debates past. john? >> you can hear some of the sound behind me. the program is beginning inside the debate hall in advance of that debate in about 30 minutes from now. and what's going to be important in that 90 minute debate once it gets underway is the opportunity for candidates to create memorable moments to change impressions about them. and when you think about those moments, sometimes they're very memorable, but they're not that consequence shl. of what readers thought was the most memorable debate mo
california, nevada on your way back east? so the same is true for the president's scheduling. and they have indicated they will add states and cities at the very last moment. >> reporter: absolutely. one of those states is new hampshire. president obama will be there on saturday, brian. you heard chuck todd talk about the breakneck pace of this campaign over the next several days. one of the key goals to the obama campaign is going to be to rally some of his core supporters, latinos, women voters, african-americans to offset some of the potential losses in other groups. the other thing that the obama campaign tonight is touting, their ground game. they have been working on this for over a year. they feel like that is a strength. and tonight they are also saying that president obama had a strong performance, saying that he was authoritative without being too aggressive, but i'm sure that's something that will be debated quite a bit over the coming days and weeks. >> kristen welker, peter alexander, again, just two members of our traveling team. this is when the going gets tough, 14 days to g
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